1929/03/13: C. E. Godshalk to Joy Morton
Copyright statement: Copyright restrictions applying to use or reproduction of this image are available from the Sterling Morton Library, The Morton Arboretum. For more information, please visit our ABOUT section or complete and submit this form.

1929/03/13: C. E. Godshalk to Joy Morton


3.101455
Typescripts 
Digitized
Original
(Item)
2 sheets
Document
March 13 1929
Letter from C. E. Godshalk to Joy Morton saying the weather is quite spring-like. They have finished moving the pines and larches and are now moving the crabapples and hawthorns to the flower garden. There is brush to burn and raking to do on the residence lawn. Fred Berg seems to be completely recovered. There have been five calves born; one was sold to Frank Meyer. He would like to hire Kamerer (sic) who is not as scientifically trained as the other candidates, but he will accept a lower salary. Mr. Marts and Mr. Steere are working towards their doctorates and would not accept the salary offered. Morton's new chauffeur's wife liked the cottage, and they will move in April 1. The grape vines are trimmed and tied up, and Mr. Bain will loan them his power sprayer.
Morton, Joy (received by)
Meyer, Frank (is related to)
Kammerer, E. Lowell (is related to)
Weimer, Mr. (is related to)
Marts, Mr. (is related to)
Steere, Mr. (is related to)
Berg, Fred, 1859-1930 (is related to)
English
Copyright statement: Copyright restrictions applying to use or reproduction of this image are available from the Sterling Morton Library, The Morton Arboretum. For more information, please visit our ABOUT section or complete and submit this form.